Outline of Ewald Flügel's Life; The history of English philology, E. Flügel; Dr. Flügel as a scholar, W.D. Briggs; Bibliography: The "Comedia que Trata del Rescate del Alma" and the "Gayferos" ballads, C.G. Allen; "Cynthia's Revels" and Seneca, W.D. Briggs; Bryant's "A Presentiment" and Goethe's "Der Erlkönig", W.H. Carruth; On Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar", Wm. Chislett Literary sources of Goethe's "Urtasso", W.A. Cooper; The use of Stare in Horace Satires I, 9, 39 and Juvenal I, 149, Jefferson Elmore; Traditional ballads from Andalucia, A.M. Espinosa; The meaning of Carlum in the Sixth Book of the "Aeneid", H.R. Fairclough; The authorship of "Titus Andronicus", H.D. Gray; The Hittite text on the Tarcondemus Boss, George Hempl; A new emotional effect in tragedy, F.E. Hill; The main source of speech-sounds and the main channels of their spread, Hermann Hilmer; Notes on "Floire et Blancheflor", O.M. Johnston; French culture and early middle English forms of address, A.G. Kennedy; The life of Theocritus, A.T. Murray; The decay of German literature in the Thirteenth Century, K.G. Rendtorff; Puns in Chaucer, J.S.P. Tatlock
Flügel, Ewald, 1863-1914; Stanford University
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